- The Core Values Scholarship is available to any new or existing student that is enrolled and in good academic standing.
- $1,000 scholarship
- Scholarship funds will be disbursed, in the form of a check or direct deposit, as per the student’s discretion after the third week of each corresponding semester
In the process of applying, see link at the top of this page, you will be required to upload an essay as outlined below:
Submit a single page essay (typed, double-spaced), addressing the following:
How you best currently embody the core values promoted and upheld at Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions. Seven of these core values include:
- Evidence-Based. We fuse our expertise with the best available evidence to achieve the best possible outcomes.
- Learning-Centered. By challenging thinking, encouraging growth, and exploring possibilities within a supportive learning environment, we empower learners to rise to their highest potential.
- Authentic. We recognize our imperfections and welcome growth stemming from both success and failure. We believe in our unlimited capacities to find solutions. We model gratitude. We seek to understand, to empathize, and to forgive.
- Service-Oriented. Because we value people above all else, we serve each other, our patients and clients, our communities, and the world.
- Trustworthy. We strive for honesty, respect, and accountability in all we do to continuously earn credibility as an institution and as individuals.
- Inclusive. By honoring our differences and similarities, we strengthen institutional and community connections.
- Collaborative. We learn and create within and across teams to innovate, foster change, implement strategy, ensure accountability, and celebrate achievement.
The Core Value Scholarship will be awarded to the student that best demonstrates their personal alignment with the university core values through written examples and self-examination, in addition to evidence of a sound academic record.
Dates and Deadlines:
- Scholarship deadline will be the 15th of the months of March, July and November of each year
- Student must be enrolled and registered for classes.
- Complete and submit all aspects of the scholarship application previous to the deadline dates stated.
- Student will be disbursed the scholarship funds after the add/drop deadline date indicated on the academic calendar.
- Recipient must maintain a 3.0 GPA each semester of attendance in his/her chosen program and remain continuously enrolled as a full-time student.
If you are a Financial Aid recipient, receiving any scholarship will affect your Cost of Attendance (COA), and it is your responsibility to notify the Financial Aid Office if you are selected for an award. Should you be awarded a scholarship from any source (internal or external), take time to send the institution a “Thank You” letter.
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Nothing on this website should be construed as authoritative financial advice. Your circumstances are unique, and you may want to consult a financial advisor. The author of this website is not a financial advisor.